Greetings! On this week’s very premium episode of PlayStation Blogcast, Kristen and I discuss games that deserve a second chance. That is, games that didn’t click with us right away, but soon grew to become obsessions. In other words, we talk about Darkest Dungeon for 50 minutes straight. (Kidding!)
It’s hard to believe, but this year marks a full decade since the release of Call of Duty: World at War… and along with it, Treyarch’s very first Zombies experience: Nacht der Untoten. The rest is, as they say, history.
With a new Blood of the Dead trailer burbling out of the Comic-Con murk yesterday, we put out the call to PlayStation fans for their questions (I snuck in a few, too) and send them off to Treyarch via carrier pigeon.
America lies in pieces. Megacorporations dominate what remains, and gangs rule the streets. Welcome to Cyberpunk 2077.
CD Projekt Red’s long-awaited follow-up to The Witcher 3 is another fanatically detailed game world that pushes the boundaries of player choice and emergent narrative.
But leave your expectations at the door – Cyberpunk 2077 is a radically different beast, as I quickly learned while watching an overwhelming 50-minute live demo.
Dazzling new reveals and expanded looks at hotly anticipated games: yep, it’s E3 season alright. With the dust barely settling on this year’s conferences it’s time to relive the biggest new trailers of the past four days (or watch them for the first time).
Carve out some time out from your schedule, grab your headphones, and settle in. It’s a great time to be a PlayStation gamer…
Hey, it’s almost E3 again! PlayStation’s got plenty of updates to share — so many, in fact, that we’re going to start the party a little early.
The main course will be served at the PlayStation E3 2018 Showcase, which starts Monday evening, June 11, at 6:00pm Pacific.
Let’s answer the question you’re probably wondering. Yes, Call of Duty Black Ops 4 is a big, big improvement on Black Ops 3. It’s drop-dead gorgeous, highly responsive, and, even in its pre-release state, already a hell of a lot of fun. The multiplayer gameplay eliminates the polarizing movement features that marked the Black Ops 3 and Infinite Warfare era, and it’s a change for the better.
Turns out that 20 minutes is barely enough time to scratch the surface of Days Gone, Bend Studio’s ambitious action-survival epic. This game is deep, and there is a lot to take in. After my nail-biting gameplay session, I wanted nothing more than to curl up with it for a weekend to really see what it can do.
Though comedy games are as old as the medium, VR has unlocked an entirely new family of interactive comedic possibilities. And much like the horror genre, comedy games have taken firm root on PS VR. Here are a few of our favorite — chime in below with your suggestions!
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